Stock Photo - Defendant Reinhold Hanning (C) sits in the dock next to his lawyers Andreas Scharmer (L) and Johannes Salmen (R) as judge Anke Grudda enters the courtroom during another day of his trial in Detmold, Germany, 13 May 2016. Former SS guard Hanning is expected to give further testimony after delivering a personal statement in the Auschwitz trial held in Detmold, which is one of the last big NS trials. The 94-year-old World War II SS guard is facing a charge of being an accessory to at least 170,000 murders at Auschwitz concentration camp. Prosecutors state that he was a member of the SS 'Totenkopf' (Death's Head) Division and that he was stationed at the Nazi regime's death camp between early 1943 and June 1944. The court was set up in the rooms of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Detmold. Photo: Bernd Thissen/dpa | usage worldwide. - Detmold/North Rhine-Westphalia/Germany

Stock Photo: Defendant Reinhold Hanning (C) sits in the dock next to his lawyers Andreas Scharmer (L) and Johannes Salmen (R) as judge Anke Grudda enters the courtroom.

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